About Zachary @Zach4TheEvening
As part of the associate producer "Dream Team" (as they refer to themselves) at NewsHour Weekend, Zachary Green produces and assists in the production of many of the segments featured on NewsHour Weekend. This includes shooting, writing, and editing such pieces as "No Comment" and "Digital Death". Before joining NewsHour, Zachary was an associate producer for Need to Know on PBS.
Zachary’s Recent Stories
Economy Oct 29South Carolina’s manufacturing revival lures new business
Like other states, South Carolina has seen its traditional industries decimated by automation and globalization, as low-skilled factory jobs disappeared or migrated to low-cost labor countries. Now, the state is building a robust, high-skilled factory base, returning manufacturing jobs to…
Politics Oct 02How a shifting Latino vote in Florida could influence the election
Health Aug 20This man is abstaining from sex for a year so he can donate blood
Jay Franzone is on a mission to bring attention to the country’s ban on blood donated from men who have sex with men.
World Apr 10Yazidis of Iraq turn to truffles to make ends meet
Yazidis, a religious minority in Iraq who have been persecuted by Islamic State militants, have turned to the sometimes dangerous job of searching for truffles for income. IEDs can be hidden in the fields. They earn about $8 on an…
Politics Mar 20What we can learn from our history of political discontent
A recent poll revealed that only 21 percent of Americans think the country is heading in the right direction. So what happens in a democratic society where understandable grievances have tuned many citizens angry? NewsHour Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield looks…
Arts Mar 20Fit as a ‘Fiddler’: Broadway’s Sheldon Harnick looks back on 50 years of tradition
More than 50 years after the Broadway premiere of "Fiddler on the Roof," the musical's universal story continues to resonate with audiences seeing its fifth revival, which opened in December. NewsHour's Zachary Green sits down with the musical's 91-year-old lyricist,…
World Feb 27Enforcing Iran sanctions still tangles Iranian-Americans in ‘spider’s web of laws’
The U.S. has imposed hundreds of sanctions against Iran for more than 30 years to temper the country's nuclear ambitions. And even though the sanctions against Iran were eased with January's nuclear disarmament deal, rules about how people in the…
Politics Feb 06The rocky road to the GOP nomination is paved with complex delegate math
Although primaries and caucuses are scheduled through June, presidential candidates in both parties may emerge with enough delegates to secure the nomination before then. But given the different sets of rules for choosing delegates in each state, a long road…
Politics Dec 20Sanders software breach spotlights campaign reliance on voter data
Political campaigns have always had a vested interest in gathering as much information about voters as possible. The data breach between the Clinton and Sanders teams proves just how valuable that information is.
World Nov 21Once alone and undocumented, teen finds family in immigration court
Minors who enter the United States alone and without proper documents face a circuitous path when seeking relief after they are stopped and detained by U.S. immigration officials.